Reasons to attack Iran

There is something comic about two nuclear-armed countries declaring that it is vital to prevent a third country from getting a few of the things too.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Ottawa March 2.
Gwynne Dyer
Published: Thursday, 03/08/2012 12:00 am EST

The last time US President Barack Obama met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, it was obvious that the two men distrusted and despised each other. This time, March 5, their mutual dislike was better hidden, but the gulf between them was still as big, especially on the issue of Iran’s alleged desire for nuclear weapons.

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